Thanks for joining the community.
I would like to better understand the issue you are reporting. It would be very helpful if you could include more detailed information about the problem you are experiencing.
* Desktop Board:
* Board Altered Assembly Number (AA#):
* Board Serial Number (SN#):
* Previous BIOS:
* Current BIOS:
* Power Supply:
* Operating System:
I have posted that , don't know why its not visible but still showing in edit option.
Anyways posting here again...
I just bought an ASUS r9 280X GPU but facing some problem
When I first boot the system I get the intel splash screen. If I leave the system alone, it goes to a BLACK SCREEN (Not Blank Screen) with a 0_ in the bottom right hand corner . On the actual motherboard, I get 00 on the LED display.
I have tried to do is Boot to a Bootable USB and/or Bootable DVD
I simply select the USB or DVD. What happens? As soon as I press the enter key on my keyboard, a little 0 pops up in the bottom right hand corner of the monitor. The system does not even attempt to process my command to boot to the media. It's like it is predetermined that it will not boot no matter what I do.
I was told that 00 on the LED means the board is in normal boot state and that there may be a problem with the board. I have no other tricks up my sleeve when it comes to making this board boot. I have removed all unnecessary devices and tried the most basic boot to no luck.
GPU have no problem , already rmed brand new card - shopkeeper checked new card in front of me on his system and it boots up fine...
System Details :-
Desktop Board: DZ68ZV
Board Altered Assembly Number (AA#): G41861-301
Board Serial Number (SN#): BQZV1390006T
Previous BIOS: Default
Current BIOS: BGP6710J.86A
Power Supply: CORSAIR AX750
Processor: Intel i7-2600k
Memory: Kingston Hyperx 9905403 (432.A00LF,400.A00LF) 4 GB x 2
Operating System: Windows 7 Proffesion 64-bit
SSD: Samsung 840 120 GB
Thank you for the information.
I see you are currently using an i7-2600k processor. This processor model comes with onboard video. Have you tried booting the computer with integrated video?
If the machine boots up, this means you probably will need to get an updated BIOS for your computer through BIOS recover method. This will fix any BIOS problem.
File name: BG2209P.BIO
Instructions for BIOS recovery available below:
That's unfortunate. The only way to get the video card updated will be through a working motherboard. You can also send the board back to Intel for replacement. Please check with Intel customer support for possible warranty options.